New evidence suggests that it is not just teachers who make engaging and relevant recordings. Students do too.
Sometimes all the activity of animations in an instructional video are best offset by a break, to help students refocus on the material.
As teachers, we experience many of the pain points of our education system. If you have an idea for a tool that could ease some of those pain points, think about becoming a teacherpreneur.
Here’s what teachers need to know about techniques and strategies to create the most effective video lessons. Much of this information has come through direct interviews with eduCanon’s master teachers.
Enthusiasts believe that the flipped classroom movement is completely transforming education, while detractors believe that the technological hurdles are too formidable. So where are we right now?
I developed the mindset and fostered the environment to create eduCanon by starting with creative thinking and collaboration while I was a middle school science teacher.
As a teacher, you may think slick production is the way to go in building engaging learning videos, but new data shows that variables within your control (and budget!) have more of an impact.
I’ve gone from the quietest kid in class to teacher, and now to entrepreneur working on an online, interactive video platform for educators.